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Artist: Uriah Heep

Title: High And Mighty

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Uriah Heep High And Mighty Album Cover

 

Category: Classic Rock

Year: 1976

Label: Bronze

Catalog Number: ILPS 9384

Personnel

David Byron Vocals
John Wetton Bass, Guitar, Mellotron, Electric Piano, Vocals
Ken Hensley Organ, Piano, Synthesizer, Guitars, Bells, Vocals
Lee Kerslake Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Mick Box Lead, Acoustic & 12-String Guitars

Tracks

1.  One Way Or Another  4:37
2.  Weep in Silence  5:09
3.  Misty Eyes  4:15
4.  Midnight  5:40
5.  Can't Keep a Good Band Down  3:40
6.  Woman of the World  3:10
7.  Footprints in the Snow  3:56
8.  Can't Stop Singing  3:50
9.  Make a Little Love  3:24
10.  Confession  2:16
  
Total Running Time:  39:57

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From: Remastered Reason Date: July 27, 2010 at 19:05
Ironically, this album is nothing akin to what the title suggests, exept for maybe the bands ego as thier previous album gained mostly favorable criticle reviews for once. High & Mighty is almost a blueprint to the last record, albeit maybe misguided. This 1976 output strays from the lyrically mystical themes & progressive music, which to some extent made Heep famous, & focuses on man/woman, real life stuff with a straightforward rock approach. Not typical Heep of yesteryear but apparently they had worn out the fictional fantasies by this point & opted for the norm of non fictional issues. Fairly boring penmanship-wise, though sonically it is solid but balladry filled, daresay it's an almost pretty album with the exception of the first track "One Way Or Another". It out rocks anything else offered & surprises with a lead vocal from John Wetton. "Weep In Silence" produces some of Box's most inspired axework & is inarguably the best track though it may not qualify as a greatest hit. Well

From: Remastered Reason Date: July 27, 2010 at 19:05
Well, possibly on a three disc set it would appear, as would the boogie rocker "Can't Keep a Good Band Down". The closing number "Confessions" is quite heart wrenching as Byron again reaches deep for those beautiful vocal notes. Noteably, it would be the last record for Heep's longtime chest beating front man as well as Wetton. However, the band would soldier on into a new era with another excellent vocalist, bassist & album.


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